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logo poDubai, United Arab Emirates, 8 June, 2017: DP World fully owned subsidiary, P&O Maritime today announces its acquisition of Reyser (Remolques y Servicios Maritimos, S.L.) a Spanish company providing maritime services internationally since 1966, from Bergé y Cía, S.A.*. The transaction value is below 5% of DP World’s net asset value**.

  • logo hhlaChairwoman of the Executive Board, Angela Titzrath:
    Ideal Location at the Heart of Europe
  • Facility has Capacity to Handle 250 Trains a Month
  • Trimodal Use (Rail, Road, Danube) Possible

The oft afflicted Brazilian port of Itajai, the second biggest for containers in Brazil, finally opened on Friday to container ships for the first time in nearly three weeks after heavy rains and unsafe currents caused major disruptions and heavy financial losses for shippers, carriers and terminal operators alike.

Dynamar B.V. of Alkmaar, The Netherlands, has recently issued another report in its Container Markets and Trades series: the fourth biennial edition of the “East & Southern Africa (worldwide) Container Trades”. Salient details and some of the interesting findings of the study are discussed in this review.

logo apm- Programs include access to safe drinking water, housing for flood affected villages and solar-powered street lights.

Yilport Holding started investments in Ecuador’s Puerto Bolívar container terminal by installing two mobile harbor cranes. The MHCs arrived on 21 May, and the equipment will be operational by the first week of June.

peel Ap logoGlobal ship repair, defence, conversion and marine specialist, A&P Group, has announced a strategic partnership with Peel Ports Group at the latter’s site in Great Yarmouth. The announcement was made at the world’s largest offshore conference, the Offshore Wind Energy 2017 event in London.

UAE's port of Fujairah issued a notice on Monday barring all vessels carrying Qatari flags and any destined for or arriving from Qatari ports following a Gulf diplomatic dispute with Doha, trading sources said.

In the north Angolan Province of Cabinda, we have been working in partnership with the Angolan government to help finance one of the country’s most exciting and strategically important new infrastructure projects. Now under construction, the Porto de Caio is an investment that represents a significant step-change in the country’s transport and logistics capabilities, positioning the nation as the new west-coast gateway to the continent. It is a project that has the potential to completely transform Angola’s role as an international trade hub.

Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT) in Jeddah Islamic Port (JIP) has completed two parts of its expansion work, enabling it to handle three 14,000 teu vessels simultaneously.


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